Mike Laflamme is in his third season as assistant coach with the Plymouth State baseball program. A 2016 graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Laflamme played three seasons for the Panthers. He recently earned his Master's of Science in Athletic Training from PSu and will pursue a career in athletic training following the 2019 season with hopes of remaining on the Panthers' staff for the long term.
A natural leader, Laflamme patrolled the outfield with sound knowledge and incredible ability, making multiple plays that helped directly lead to team victories. Laflamme was also a very savvy baserunner, which will impact the fast-paced style of play that PSU Baseball has established. Laflamme's baserunning knowledge and first base coaching duties were a large reason Plymouth State finished first in the nation in stolen bases per nine innings (4) in 2018.
Laflamme saw success as the Bedford, N.H. Jr. Legion Head Coach from 2013-16, making the New England Regional tournament. He was promoted to the Bedford, N.H. Sr. Legion head coaching role prior to the team being moved to a new location.
As a coach, Laflamme brings a unique baseball mindset, able to think outside the box and implement new strategies. Already during his time on the PSU staff, Laflamme has created and revolutionized multiple facets of college baseball that are improving the way Plymouth State's coaches approach different aspects of the game.